DIY PIZZA BAGELS

Hello everybody!  I hope you guys are well.  About a month ago, my silly daughter came home from school a little bit annoyed with the fact that students that day were able to eat pizza because of the school lunch and she couldn’t because she had her lunch already from home.  My daughter loves pizza and she declared that she wanted pizza as a lunch option.  Well, she didn’t use those words exactly, but simply put SHE WANTED PIZZA.  My mission then was thinking of a way to pack “pizza” in her lunch box.  First thought I had was go online and search, but then I remembered those frozen pizza bagels you see on TV.  I didn’t want to go buy them though for three reasons: I wanted to make them myself, I wanted to save money, and I wanted to make them healthier.  This is what I came up with:

I used mini whole wheat bagels, marinara sauce, and shredded mozzarella cheese.  I placed the bagels in my oven at 375 degrees for eight to ten minutes.  I cut them in half so I can easily fit them into a sandwich container, but I can only fit two bagels even though you see three.  Needless to say my daughter is very happy with these pizza bagels and that makes me happy as well.  I also include fruits, veggies, small dessert and water in her lunch bag.  I hope you guys like my take on this.  Enjoy!

Stay alert, stay alive.

Until next time…

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2 thoughts on “DIY PIZZA BAGELS

  1. Very clever!! I myself adore pizza! When I was staying with my cousin over the summer I was trying to eat healthy and craving some pizza! She had these low fat pita pockets, some tomato sauce, as well as some feta cheese (my favorite). After my niece and nephew had gone downstairs to play I tossed some of it together and before I could even open the oven to check on them both of them were behind me with their little noses in the air. Lol they smelled amazing and I ended up making a couple more for all of us. They were so good! And healthy in comparison to ordering pizza from down the street!

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